"Kick-Ass" actress Chloe Moretz was among those tweeting good thoughts to Nicolas Cage and his family following the death of his father August Coppola this week. A literature professor and the brother of director Francis Ford Coppola, he reportedly died following a heart attack on Tuesday.
In other tweets, David Slade slipped a fresh image into his Twitter feed of actor Xavier Samuel from "Eclipse," which he says is the first look at Samuel's character Riley in the film. A couple of "Twilight" actors tweeted last minute contemplations over their Halloween costumes, while Edgar Wright may be giving up altogether and Russell Brand decried jack-o-lanterns as symbols for the season. Check out what they all had to say after the jump. It's in the Twitter-Wood report for October 30, 2009.
Twitter Pic of the Day:
@DAVID_A_SLADE http://twitpic.com/nhqyd - In celebration of wrap first Eclipse cast photo Xavier Samuels between set ups as Riley Biers.
-David Slade, Director ("30 Days of Night," "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse")
@cserratos Halloween is my favorite holiday. So I have a couple costumes. Wild thing. Velma Kelly. Hindu Goddess. Sailor Moon...and the classic Witch.
-Christian Serratos, Actress ("Twilight," "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse")
@Jamiebower Okay kids. Need you to help me decied. Its a toss up between. Edward Scissorhands, a mouse or skeleton jump suit? Help. We don't have long x
-Jamie Campbell Bower, Actor ("RocknRolla," "The Twilight Saga: New Moon")
@edgarwright I am too busy with work to get a Halloween outfit together. I may have to resurrect an old standby and go as Eddie Yorque.
-Edgar Wright, Director ("Shaun of the Dead," "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World")
@tinypinkpoodle God bless Nicholas Cages father and all the Copolas rest in piece god bless
-Chloe Moretz, Actress ("Kick-Ass," "Diary of a Wimpy Kid")
@freddurst Just accidentally walked out of my bfast spot and forgot to pay the check. Oops!! I.O.U ??
-Fred Durst, Actor/Director/Musician ("The Education of Charlie Banks," "The Longshots")
@paul_mcguigan Writer Grant Morrison and I are working on a very interesting project based in Scotland. This man is genius.
-Paul McGuigan, Director ("Lucky Number Slevin," "Push")
@rustyrockets Halloween?Skeletons and pumpkins aren't actually scary,just bone scaffold and a vegetable.You might as well be scared of potatoes and hair.
-Russell Brand, Actor ("Forgetting Sarah Marshall," "Get Him to the Greek")
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